March 20, 2020
Installed on my 65 mustang in both the front and back. These belts he[p you the get security of today's modern day shoulder harness. Takes a little longer to secure ones self in the seat, but worth the investment for piece of mind, especially when transporting children.
white 3 point seat belts
January 1, 2020
i'm giving a tentative 4 star because they look very good but i have not installed them or exposed them to the sun in my roadster yet. the previous Crow seat belts installed had 1 of the black belts turn purple ,no explanation why just i of the six failed, just a reply that the replacement of that one would cost $ 35 , i chose to leave it purple, then replaced all with white, hopefully they won;t change color. Ron
Danger - This is not a 4 point harness
September 13, 2019
This is NOT a 4 point harness. It only has 3 mount points. 4-Point Harnesses have 4 mounting points (2 shoulder mounts, 2 lap belt mounts). Please correct you advertisement - you could be endangering people.
Thank you for your product review. This seat belt has straps that go over BOTH shoulders like all 4 point seat belts. We state in the description that this has a Y-harness. Our installation instructions clearly show that there are 3 anchor points. 4 point seat belts with 4 anchor points (like what you mentioned) are actually dangerous to install in a passenger car, because they should only be installed in racing vehicles with special racing seats that have slots above the drivers shoulders for the 2 individual shoulder straps to go through and anchor to a roll cage. Without the racing seat with slots, the shoulder harness straps are very likely to come off the occupants shoulder(s) during a crash, especially a side impact. That is why we only sell this seat belt with the Y-harness, which won't allow that to happen. Also, this made in the USA seat belt is Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards #209 & #302 approved and are regularly tested in the USA for safety.
Very neat belt that adds a lot of safety
March 27, 2018
We have an rv that was an old converted bus from well before there were seat belts. When it was converted we left 4 seats for passengers. Initially after several years we installed a couple of lap belts in the front rows after some friends slid off the seats during panic stops. To be honest the belts rarely got used and were usually tucked ihidden out of view beneath the seats. During some recent updates we decided it may be time to consider better/safer seats. We ended up with a set of highback seats from a shuttle bus that were more comfortable and had provisions for lap belts. We were pretty happy with the new arrangement. As were looking for some seatbelts we found these which work awesome with the newer seats. On our first outing we got very positive feedback from our guests about how safe it felt with the new seats and belts. These seem to always be used now and it makes traveling a lot more stress free not worrying about people getting injured or hurt in a sudden stop.